Missing: Family of Eoin O'Halloran appeal for him to contact them
'Eoin is someone who idolises his kids so disappearing like this and not contacting anyone is nothing like him' - family
The family of missing man Eoin O'Halloran have appealed for him to reach out and get in touch.
Relatives of the Clondalkin man said his disappearance was “very out of character”, adding his whole family “were extremely worried about him.”
“It’s been a very bad time for us all because we’ve heard nothing from Eoin since he left for work on Tuesday morning,” said brother-in-law Mark Walker.
“We just want him home. Even a text would be enough. His wife is in bits."
"Eoin is someone who idolises his kids so disappearing like this and not contacting anyone is nothing like him.”
The father-of-three went missing shortly after 7:45am on Tuesday (April 5th).
He left for work in a White Transit Van Registration number 10 WX 3030, with John O’Brien Painting and Decorating on the side.
Relatives have been trying to locate him ever since.
“Everybody has come together to help find Eoin,” said Mark. “We’re texting and calling him all the time, hoping that he will see them and pick up the phone.”
Hundreds of people have already shared a missing person appeal for Eoin posted on Facebook by his family, and Gardai have asked for the public’s help in tracing him.
When he was last seen, the 41-year-old was wearing dark navy runner boots, a dark coloured jacket and grey bottoms/overalls which were paint stained.
He has a tattoo on his left arm, and is described as being 5'6" in height, of slim build with a shaven head.
Anyone with information about Eoin’s whereabouts are asked to contact Clondalkin Garda Station on 01 6667600, the Garda Confidential Telephone Line 1800 666 111 or any Garda Station.